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Student ISMA member earns top prize at AMA research symposium
e-Reports, Dec. 17, 2012
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Dr. BemenderferThomas Bemenderfer, a fourth-year medical student at the IU School of Medicine, was named the overall winner in the surgery/biomedical engineering category during a research symposium at the AMA Interim Meeting.

Bemenderfer’s research was titled “Thrombopoietin: A Novel Osteoinductive Agent.” More than 600 abstracts were submitted for consideration, the most in the research symposium’s 10-year history. The award program provides leadership opportunities for medical students, residents and fellows interested in research.

“The work of Thomas and the other young physicians and medical students shows us that the future of medicine looks very bright,” said Jeremy A. Lazarus, M.D., AMA president.

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